Description of the project:
The district of Donner was built in the 19th century and has currently around 800 inhabitants. It is divided from the city centre by the river Kapos and the railway. The direct cause of the isolation of the area was the construction of the railway. From the late 19th century, the district, especially its lower historic centre had failed to join the city’s development and started to be segregated socially and economically. In the part of the district with the oldest buildings, the comfort level is very low and the status is deteriorating. The city has decided to optimize the territory, improve public safety, and increase the value of the houses by implementing the planned projects.
The plans are:
1. Building rental apartments
33 2-apartment (each 150 m², 60 m² ground floor, 60 m² floor, 30 m² attic) terraced houses with different front facades, parking spaces and a garden supplied by renewable energy.
2. Developing the Bartók-Zrínyi street block
15 2-apartment (each 120 m², 60 m² ground floor, 60 m² floor) terraced houses with different front facades, parking spaces, gardens and playgrounds.- These dwellings will also be supplied by renewable energy sources.